Profits slumped last year at the Cork-based sports gear firm Mycro that supplies helmets to many of the country’s hurlers.
Cork-based sportswear firm Mycro that supplies helmets to many of the country’s hurlers posted profits of €120,295 last year.
The Cork-based sportswear firm that supplies helmets to many of the country’s top hurlers posted a €244,000 increase in profits last year.
The Cork-based sportswear firm that supplies helmets to many of the country’s top hurlers enjoyed a €182,000 increase in profits last year.
The GAA’s director of games Pat Daly admits the sliotar industry is unregulated and claims some manufacturers are illegitimately purporting their balls as officially approved.
The thorny subject of the economic realities for the GAA need to be addressed. My new book GAAconomics raises key issues about hurling — the cost, the progress, the snobbery and the urban areas that need careful tending.
Former Cork hurler Ronan Curran believes the county and Clare’s presence in next month’s All-Ireland final has proven the age profile of elite hurling has dropped dramatically.
THE GAA’s decision to make hurling helmets mandatory from 2010 has provided manufacturers with a timely, mid recession cash injection.
CORK’S Ronan Curran has urged the Clare hurlers to reach a quick compromise in their row with boss Mike McNamara.
DISCOUNT supermarket Lidl has been forced to clear its shelves of cut-price hurling helmets after the headgear failed safety tests.
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